MBBS Counselling and Admissions after NEET

October 01, 2021

MBBS Counselling and Admissions after NEET

National  Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET) UG, for undergraduate courses (MBBS, BDS, BSC, BAMS, BSMS, BUMS, BHMS) in recognized university/ institutes, is conducted by NTA (National Testing Agency) via offline mode i.e. (pen and paper mode) in almost 13 languages (Hindi, English, Assamese, Bengali, Malayalam, Odia, Tamil, Kannada, Urdu, Gujarati, Marathi).

The results are solely used for medical courses, by all the entities of state and central level in different medical courses considering all the eligibility criteria.


 It is the duty of NTA to prepare the merit lists of the students, declaring results with AIRS (All India Ranks). After the declarations of Results, it further proceeds to the process of counselling for the admissions. The authority in charge of counselling is the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC).


Undergraduate courses for Ayurveda, homoeopathy (Online counselling): conducted by AYUSH (Ministry of AYUSH, Government of India), Admissions Central Counselling Committee (AACCC). Other counselling for quota seats will be conducted by respective states and institutions. State-wise 85% of seats are reserved for the state domicile students.


Every state body may conduct counselling procedures separately, its choices of the state government ministry. The base of the counselling is the merit scorecard and the respective rank of the candidate. Counselling is done in two steps if first-round any seat remains vacant it will be considered in round two and filled.


Some Reservation Data

•ST: 15%

•SC:7.5%

•PWD:5%

•OBC: 27% (Non creamy layer in central institutions only)

•EWS: 10% (in central institution only)


Steps involved in Counselling


•Candidates must register themselves in the official sites for the counselling by providing their personal details.

•After registration, they have to use their credentials to log in.

•Candidates can choose the desired Institution and their preferences for them.

•Paying registration fees.

•The seat allotment list will be released.

•If one is satisfied with their allotted colleges can move further with document verification in institutions or if not wait for the 2nd round of counselling.

•Remaining seats and their vacancies are released for round two. For round two, registration is not required, Candidates can choose the fresh choice and lock them.

•Seats will be allotted in round two, interested students can visit colleges for document verification.


Candidates can add or delete their preferences, and can also adjust their choices before the last date of submission. For future reference, they should keep a copy of the choices with them. Candidates once confirm their registered seats are not allowed to vacate their seats after completing the institutional procedures.


Fee Details for central Institutions (15% AIQ)


•For unreserved category: Rs. 1000 (non-refundable counselling fees) and Rs. 10,000 (refundable Caution money).

•For ST/SC/OBC/PwD category: Rs. 500 (non-refundable counselling fees) and Rs. 500 (refundable Caution money).


Seat Allotment List


The score will be prepared on the basis of the performances of the students in NEET-UG by the MCC, and once prepared, will be uploaded to the official site of counselling.


Document verification in institutes after the allotment


The candidates can visit their respective allotted colleges with the required documents within the given deadline. If in any case, the candidate fails to report in a given time, his/her allotment will be cancelled automatically. (In this case, they may have to again start the counselling process of round two if the submission date is applicable). Candidates should follow the protocols sincerely.


Documents required in the institution


•NEET admit card

•NEET result

•Class 10th mark sheet

•Class 12th mark sheet

•ID proof (Aadhar card/pan card/ passport/ driving licence etc)

•Passport size photo same as submitted in the application form (at least take 4 with you)

•Cast certificate (if eligible)

•Disability certificate (if eligible)

•Allotment letter printout (provisional)


If overseas or NRI students are appearing

•They require a passport copy of the sponsor and an embassy certificate.

•Sponsorship affidavit.

•Affidavit certificate explaining the relation of the applicants and sponsor.

Candidates must keep both original and Xerox copies with them.


Central University Eligibility Criteria for the NEET counselling


AIIMS

•100% for AIQ.

•Only 7 for International students (New Delhi)


Delhi University (DU) 

•15% for All India Quotas(AIQ).

•85% for the students who completed their 10+2 in Delhi.


Banaras Hindu University (BHU)

•Open for all candidates of Indian citizenship.


Aligarh Muslim University

•50% for the students studying for 3 years.

•50% for the rest of the students.


Jamia Islamia, Delhi

•Reserved (maximum) for the students who completed 10+2 in the same institution.

•Reserved for students AIQ.

•Reserved (a few) for international students.


AIQ includes 15% quotas of seats for the central institutes like AIIMS, DU, etc, remaining 85% are reserved by the respective state government for the government Medical institutions. In private colleges, 100% of seats can be filled by the state government as different states have their separate counselling for medical undergraduate courses.  

By Mithila 

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